Chopsticks Pho & Grill Restaurant Opens in Williamsburg Crossing

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Chopsticks employee Duy Khang Nguyen (left) and Chopsticks owner Son Nguyen (right) post outside their new restaurant. (Photo courtesy of James City County)
Chopsticks employee Duy Khang Nguyen (left) and Chopsticks owner Son Nguyen (right) post outside their new restaurant. (Photo courtesy of James City County)

A new Vietnamese restaurant has opened its doors in Williamsburg and looks to provide its customers a taste experience they said patrons cannot get anywhere else in the area.

Chopsticks Pho & Grill Restaurant, located at 5251 John Tyler Highway, opened roughly three weeks ago and has been serving customers a range of Vietnamese dishes, including deep fried squid, vermicelli bowls, rice dishes and, apt to the restaurant’s name, the noodle soup pho.

Pho is a Vietnamese noodle soup consisting of broth, linguine-shaped rice noodles, herbs and meat.

Chopsticks Pho & Grill Restaurant Owner Son Nguyen said he chose to open his restaurant in James City County because the area lacked a similar restaurant, thus setting himself up to draw in customers looking to experience Vietnamese food.

The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays. Chopsticks Pho & Grill Restaurant offers dine-in and carryout options, but does not deliver.

For more information about Chopsticks Pho & Grill Restaurant, call 757-603-6614.